Daisy MillerBook - 2007
The portrait of Daisy is a quintessential exploration of the social mores of her era. And her flirtatious disregard of them is simultaneously a breath of fresh air and the heart of tragedy.
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"Winterbourne looked at him a moment, and then said, 'Do you mean to speak to that man?'
'Do I mean to speak to him? Why, you don't suppose I mean to communicate by signs?'
'Pray understand, then,' said Winterbourne, 'that I intend to remain with you.'
Daisy stopped and looked at him, without a sign of troubled consciousness in her face; with nothing but the presence of her charming eyes and her happy dimples."
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